Azizi to complete 3,000 housing units this year

Publish February 15, 2020
real estate

Azizi Developments, a leading private developer, has set an ambitious target to complete almost 3,000 housing units across 10 buildings in some of its key developments across Dubai.

Developments that will be finalised in 2020 include Farishta, Shaista, Star, and Plaza within Al Furjan community, with Samia already having been inaugurated in January; Mina on Palm Jumeirah; Aura in Jebel Ali; and several buildings in the first phase of Riviera in MBR City.

Azizi said it will focus on delivering its largely pre-sold inventory across its 54 ongoing projects from 2020 to 2023 and also leverage its existing land bank and close partnerships with Dubai’s key master developers to deliver sustainable growth for years to come.

Al Furjan, an up-and-coming strategic location with outstanding connectivity to the entirety of the emirate and now one of the most desirable addresses in the entire Dubai, is home to contemporary architecture that is carefully blended with natural green spaces and well-though-out, state-of-the-art infrastructure.

New amenities, from small convenience stores and educational institutions such as Arbor School within the community to Ikea in Festival Plaza, have opened.

With its excellent network of roads, including immediate connectivity to Sheikh Zayed Road and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road, Furjan grants easy access to Dubai’s key points of interest, such as Dubai Marina, Downtown Dubai, Dubai International Airport, Al Maktoum International Airport, and more.

Al Furjan’s connectivity is complemented by it now being part of Route 2020, the metro route that links it to the Expo 2020 site and the emirate’s many leisure, business and retail hubs via Dubai Metro’s Red Line. Azizi has already completed 13 projects in this budding community.

With Samia’s 284 units already having been completed in January of this year, the other 4 buildings to be finalised by year’s end comprise 1,478 units.

Mina’s 178 units, situated on the east crescent of the iconic Palm Jumeirah, will also be completed this year, with the inauguration of the 120 one-bedroom apartments, 54 two-bedroom residences and four spacious penthouses to happen in the first half of 2020, said the Emirati developer.

'Immaculately designed to leverage its waterfront location, overlooking the Arabian Gulf with stunning views of the city’s skyline, Mina offers residents seaside serenity at its finest, as well as a premium range of exceptional amenities that comprise private beach access, two swimming pools, a fully equipped gym and a health club, said a company spokesman.

Over 69% of their total area is allocated for gardens, a children’s play area, a jogging track, and green outdoor spaces, he stated.

Moreover, Mina is also host to a dedicated retail precinct, covered parking, and concierge service, while offering easy access to the Palm Monorail, Dubai Tram, and Dubai Metro, as well as to a variety of hotels and other retail and leisure attractions in its immediate vicinitym, he added.

Aura is also due for completion in 2020. With its highly strategic location and outstanding connectivity as key selling points, Aura has recorded a strong investor response.

Nestled in the centre of Jafza - the largest matured free zone area in the world with the biggest port in the Middle East and Africa - and right in front of the UAE Exchange Metro Station, the 479-unit development, which comprises 349 studios, 87 one-bedroom, and 43 two-bedroom apartments, is one of the very few freehold residential buildings in Downtown Jebel Ali and is encircled by fortune 500 conglomerate headquarters, offering easy access to many business and retail hubs.

The first phase of Riviera, Azizi’s 71-building French Mediterranean-inspired master-planned community project in Mohammed bin Rashid City, will also see several completions this year, said the spokesman.

According to him, the 16,000-residence landmark and lifestyle destination is conveniently located in the midst of all the business and leisure hubs of the city, and is designed to introduce the French-Mediterranean lifestyle to Dubai, which is not merely about architectural art, but also about a certain 'joie de vivre' - a celebration of life, an exultation of spirit.

These homes offer spectacular views of the city’s skyline and ensure generous space, spread across three districts: An extensive retail boulevard, a canal walk with artisan eateries and boutiques, and Les Jardins — a lush-green social space. Phase 1 of Riviera is now 55% complete, with 95% of it having been pre-sold, he added.


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